Covid-19: Task force discovers 2,484 close contacts have not undergone tests in S'wak

A view of the waterfront in Kuching city. Kuching has the worst Covid-19 death toll and infection rate in Sarawak. -Stephen pic

MIRI: Sarawak's Covid-19 task force has found that 2,484 people in Kuching, believed to be close contacts of positive Covid-19 patients, have not undergone any health screenings.

State Disaster Relief Management Committee said the task force will be contacting the 2,484 to undergo screening starting Monday (April 20).

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